UVA students helped bring 100-year-old World War I sheet music back to life – and discovered insights into their own political moment. more
UVA’s Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service has released its national population projections for all 50 states, reflecting the effect of the latest demographic trends on future population. more >
This week, Catholic bishops gather in Rome to confront a widespread sexual abuse crisis. See how one religious studies professor has been discussing the crisis in his classroom, and what it has taught him about young people’s views on religion. more >
Veteran Jake Kausen served at more than 600 military funerals as a member of the Army’s Honor Guard at Arlington National Cemetery. Now, the soldier-turned-student is a member of UVA’s polo team and eyeing a career in Hollywood. more
UVA’s Youth-Nex research center is taking the lead in a multi-year effort to wholly reimagine and remake what middle school can be. more >
Dennis Yang, academic director of Darden’s Asia Initiative, and Ha Jiming, former vice chairman and chief investment strategist at Goldman Sachs in China, look at the economic impact of U.S.-China trade disputes ahead of a key deadline March 2. more >
Technology developed by chemistry professor Brooks Pate is being used by the pharmaceutical industry – and now by local distilleries. more >
Michael Wiener is developing a new, potentially revolutionary approach to mapping the submicroscopic world. more >